Perimeter, Area, Volume

By the end of this unit, you will be able to:

D3 Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between measurements of capacity and volume
D6 Develop and apply alternative strategies to calculate the area of irregular figures
D7 Continue to solve measurement problems involving length, capacity, area, volume, mass and time
D8 Explore relationship between the diameter of a circle and its circumference and area
D9 Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between base, height, and area of a parallelogram
D10 Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the area of a triangle and the area of a related parallelogram
D11 Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the three dimensions of a rectangular prism and its volume and surface area
E1 Describe and represent the various cross-sections of cones, cylinders, pyramids and prisms
E2 Make and interpret orthographic drawings of 3-D shapes made with cubes
E3 Make a generalization about the sum of the angels in triangles and quadrilaterals
E4 Make generalizations about the diagonal properties of trapezoids, kites, parallelograms, and rhombi
E5 Sort the members of the quadrilateral family under property headings
E6 Recognize, name, describe and represent similar figures and connect to dilation images
E7 Make generalizations about the planes of symmetry of 3-D shapes
E8 Make generalizations about the rotational symmetry property of all members of the quadrilateral family and of regular polygons
E9 Recognize and represent dilatation images of 2-D figures and connect to similar figures
E10 Predict and represent the result of combining transformations



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Volume & Displacement  Spy Guys

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